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A Balancing Act

Matt Brooker began the 2013-2014 school year knowing it would be one of the craziest yet most exciting times of his life. The Cedarville senior was entering his final year of college running, would be starting full-time work during the second semester and was expecting his first child in March. Brooker entered his final cross country season looking to improve on his 41st place finish at the 2012 NCAA Division II National Championships. He started the season by winning three of his first four ...

Davis and Elkins Defeats Cedarville In Spring Home Opener

Cedarville, OH –The Cedarville men’s tennis team has grown accustomed to blustery conditions. “We’re used to this kind of wind here at Cedarville," coach Allan Edlund said. However, their weather prowess was no match for Davis and Elkins College’s consistency Friday. The Jackets lost the spring home opener to the Senators 7-2. The wind affected both teams. It blew serve tosses backward, sent volleys sailing into neighboring courts, and plummeted ground strokes into the net. ...

Lady Jackets Rebound At Home

The Cedarville women’s basketball team got back to its winning ways tonight at home, defeating Ohio Valley 76-56. The win comes after having their nine game winning streak snapped by losing at Central State this past Tuesday night, The teams traded baskets early, but Cedarville began pulling away ten minutes into the first half, taking an eight point lead into the under eight timeout. The lead got as high as 13 and the Lady Jackets took a 37-25 lead into halftime. The second half continued ...

Yellow Jackets Blow Out Ohio Valley

The last time the Cedarville men’s basketball team played Ohio Valley, it took overtime for the Yellow Jackets to finally defeat the Scots. Tonight was quite the opposite. The Yellow Jackets dominated from start to finish in a 87-65 blowout. The Yellow Jackets came out shooting and jumped out to an early 10-3 lead. Ohio Valley fought back, making it 10-9, but Cedarville responded with an 18-2 run to blow the game open. The onslaught continued as the Jackets held the visiting Scots to 8-33 ...

Jason Vaults for Jesus

Jason Scott is the new assistant coach for the Cedarville track and field team, but his story reaches much further than that of an accomplished athlete. Scott was a high school state champion in the pole vault but chose to come to Cedarville rather than one of the three NCAA Division I universities that tried to recruit him. During the indoor season of his freshman year of college, Scott, who won an Ohio high school state championship by clearing a height of 15 feet 2 inches, failed to clear ...

Lady Jackets Put on Offensive Show for Lil’ Sibs

The Cedarville women’s basketball team used high powered offense to pull out a victory tonight, their sixth in the last seven outings, against G-MAC rival Central State, outlasting the Marauders 101-87 on Lil’ Sibs Weekend. After a slow start offensively in the early minutes of the game, the Lady Jacketscaught fire, lighting it up for 48 points on 52 percent shooting in the first half led by Raegan Ryan’s 15 points. Central State tried to keep pace, but the Lady Jackets pulled away ...

Visiting Marauders Defeat Yellow Jackets

The Central State Marauders tallied 11 steals as they defeated the Yellow Jacket men’s basketball team at Cedarville 84-69 on Saturday, Feb. 1. This loss puts Cedarville’s record at 5-13 overall and 3-3 in the G-MAC, the Yellow Jackets’ Division II NCAA conference. Despite putting up the first points on the scoreboard, the Yellow Jackets were unable to keep pace with the visiting Marauders. The Marauders took an early lead and never looked back. The Yellow Jackets made several ...

Cedarville Falls Short On World Record Atempt

A Cedarville org attempted a world record Saturday night. The record was for the world’s largest knockout game, a record set by Iowa State at 571 people. Cedarville’s knockout game reached 291 people. Delta Alpha Epsilon, an alumni-based org on campus, organized the game to raise money for their spring break MIS trip to Eleuthra, a small island in the Bahamas. On the MIS trip, they will be working with Ryan and Emily Flunker, who are Cedarville alumni and administrators at Windermere High ...

Org Hopes to Break Basketball World Record to Raise Money for Missions

Bake sales and letter writing are not the only ways to fundraise for MIS trips. One Cedarville org is trying to break a world record. After the Cedarville-Central State basketball game this Saturday, Delta Alpha Epsilon will try to beat the record for the largest game of knockout. They are doing this to raise money for their spring break MIS trip to Eleuthera, an island in the Bahamas. Charity and Dustin Norman, 2011 Cedarville graduates, are advisers of DAE, an org that helps connect ...

Lady Jackets Suffer Loss At Home

The Cedarville Yellow Jackets suffered a loss to the Davis & Elkins Senators at home this past Thursday evening. The Lady Jackets had plenty of scoring opportunities in the first half, but were unable to put the ball in the basket. Throughout the half, both teams played strong man-to-man defenses, so the lead for both teams in the last three minutes of the game was never more than two points. With 43 seconds left in the half, the Senators' Stephanie Wooten made a layup to tie the score ...